Indus Blind Dolphin fights for survival
Indus Blind Dolphin fights for survival The Blind Dolphin of Indus River is fighting a war of survival as many Dolphins were found dead during the last 24 hours.
According to WWF and Wild life Departments officials, three dead Dolphins were found dead during the last 24 hours in different areas, two from the area of Goal Ali Wahin near Sukkur and one from near Guddu Barrage. Fishermen nets were the main reason of the killing of Dolphins, said the officials.
The Indus Blind Dolphin is one of the world’s rarest mammals and the second most endangered freshwater river dolphin. Endemic only to Pakistan, it is a close relative of Platanista Gangatica, which is found in India in the Brahmaputra and Ganga rivers.